Howard Johnson Bangor
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... was fill up our gas tank at a whopping 95cents a liter! They do things in Gallons here so we are still trying to figure out the equivalences of everything but we know one thing’s for sure that it’s cheap! We drove straight to Bangor, Maine, the home of Mr Stephen King, avoiding the highways and enjoying the old houses and color changing trees as we went. When we got there ...
... the way seemed pretty poor. Lots of trailers and ill kept weather beaten homes. Some are quite charming and others are down right scary. Ted's favorite was a very sad and beat up trailer home that apparently was a daycare called Tender Loving Care. The leaves on the trees in the area are starting to pass. Lots of the leaves are now falling leaving patches of bear branches at the top. They look kind of sad and worn out and then you round a corner ...
... in me that feels like this spider is a robber that is breaking into my home, probably with the intent to bite me in my sleep, and it must be ended. Mark had to carry out such an act last night for another soulless robber in our bedroom. Again, he started to go "cupped hand" before I shrieked "FINGERS FIRST!" What do you know, my hero killed him on the first try. Fast-forward to a very broken sleep (thanks to Max who ...
... I decided to up the skill and make some farm animals. See the attached photo of my cow and pig blueberry pancakes!!
PS, we stayed up trying to see the Northern Lights last night as apparently they were supposed to be visible and saw nothing. I guess there's too much light pollution in bustling Bangor. ...
... for all the family. Amongst the attractions were a splash slide (which took a photo of us...very funny!), a space spinner which pushes you up against the wall making you feel like 0-gravity, a weird Ferris wheel that looked like a chain saw with pods you sit/stand in which spin around making you feel like you're falling ...